2018/19 Ski Season Passes Are On Sale Now

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2018/19 Cross Country Ski Season Passes – Fall Pricing

2018/19 Cross Country Ski Season Pass – On Sale September 5, 2018 Member Public
Child (6 & under) Unlimited $20 $25
Child (7-12) Unlimited $59 $94
Junior (13-17) Unlimited $219 $294
Adult (18-59) Unlimited $254 $339
Senior (60-69) Unlimited $219 $294
Super Senior (70+) Unlimited $20 $294
Dog** $59 $69
Snowshoe Only** $159 $209
Fat Bike Only** $159 $209
Fat Bike Add-On** $49 $69

**Restrictions Apply
Perks are not valid for child and member super senior season passes. See perks here.

Click here for a downloadable application to print, fill out + return to Member Services with payment


2018/19 Combo Cross Country/Downhill Ski Season Passes – Fall Pricing

2018/19 Combo XC/DH Ski Season Pass – On Sale Sept. 5 Member Public
Child (6 & under) Unlimited $20 $25
Child (7-12) Unlimited $189 $229
Junior (13-17) Unlimited $254 $334
Adult (18-59) Unlimited $349 $434
Senior (60-69) Unlimited $254 $334
Super Senior (70+) Unlimited $20 $334

Click here for a downloadable application to print, fill out + return to Member Services with payment


Season Pass Rules and Restrictions

PASSES MUST BE ACTIVATED: You must have your pass activated and receive a new sticker each season at the Cross Country Ski Center (or Member Services before we open). Trail access is not allowed without the current year’s sticker on your pass.

ALWAYS SCAN YOUR PASS: To track your ski days and allow us to accurately track usage.

SKI WITH YOUR PASS VISIBLE: Ski Patrol check passes. Ask us for an armband so you don’t have to stop for a ticket check.

EARLY BIRD ACCESS: Check the grooming report before leaving home to see if early bird access (7AM) is allowed.  Reports are updated by 6AM each morning. There is usually no early bird access on storm days to allow for efficient snow removal.

NO ACCESS AFTER HOURS: Accessing the trails after 5PM is considered trespassing. Violators are subject to pass revocation and/or a fine.

FAT BIKES: This is a new stand-alone pass or can be an add-on to an existing season pass. Access allowed only on specified fat tire bike trails when conditions allow. Please note trails will be closed to fat-tire biking in soft conditions, warm temperatures and fresh, deep snow. Fat tire bikes are asked to give way to skiers and snowshoers. See the grooming report for the open/closed status of fat bike trails.

SNOWSHOEING: Access allowed on all ski and snowshoe trails. Snowshoers are encouraged to travel on the snowshoe routes — especially in soft conditions — to minimize damage to the ski trails. Snowshoers are asked to give way to skiers and not to walk on the classic ski tracks. See our snowshoe page for more information.

DOGS: Dogs must be well behaved on and off leash around people and other dogs. Valid Rabies, Parvo and Distemper vaccinations and licensure of pet required. A Dog Pass Waiver must completed, signed and returned to the Cross Country Ski Center in order to activate your dog's pass. Access allowed only on specified dog trails. Some restrictions on weekends and holidays. See the dog trail page for full details. To purchase in person, visit the Cross Country Ski Center.

For updates on season pass sales, opening day and events and specials throughout the winter, subscribe to our cross country email list.